What's on in Springwood, NSW


Springwood, the second largest town in the Blue Mountains, is situated about 80 km west of Sydney and is about 350 m above sea-level. The friendly holiday and residential township of Springwood is renowned for its wonderful views, bushwalking and mountain bike tracks and the famous historic dwelling of one of Australia's most famous artist, Norman Lindsay. It is a amicable, charming and appealing town with very good amenities for a broad variety of recreational activities, including: a large aquatic centre, a golf course, walking pathways, spacious parks and reserves, Braemar Gallery, Springwood library, and the Norman Lindsay Gallery in Faulconbridge. The most popular tracks for bushwalkers and nature lovers are Sassafras Gully Reserve, Fairy Dell, Picnic Point Reserve and the Wiggins and Victoria Tracks. The popular Norman Lindsay`s House, which is now a museum and gallery, is established between Springwood and Faulconbridge .Springwood also features the oldest railway train station in the Blue Mountains and other relics from the time when Springwood was a water and coal stop in the steam train era. Springwood now boasts a variety of stores, cafes, tavens, historic inns, antique stores, art and craft galleries and excellent amenities for tourists. The major events in Spingwood are the Springwood Crazy Day and the Springwood Foundation Day and in October for. There are several villages in the district including - Yellow Rock, Winmalee, Valley Heights, Hawkesbury Heights, Faulconbridge and Linden.


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